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>> moments every silence for those who lost loved once in the 9/11 tragedy. >> it is show time for the eagles. the team is ready. now, so are the fans. today is sunday, september 11, good morning, i'm rahel solomon. well, let's get you started with a check on weather justin drabick. justin for the eagles fans headed down to south fill at this will be a warm day. humidity should be little better than we're used to. >> exactly, probably head the outside, probably getting ready for the tailgate.
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oh, this one will be rough, still humid now, by game time it will feel totally different, yes, we take out the humidity. still warm with the sunshine around. >> humidity, at least it can feel better. >> whole lot better than the past four days stuck in the 90s so we get stuck in the 90s, humility drops for the afternoon, already starting to see some of the changes to our far northwestern suburbs up into reading right now, lancaster, starting starting tol the drop in the humidity already. still clouds this morning, cold front that still needs to pass through our region, not producing much rain at all, just come clouds. but still warm, humid, ahead of this front. check it out. seventy-nine at the airport right now, at least we have a breeze, southwest at 13 miles per hour, but fells like 82, with the humidity. there is the temperature. anywhere from the upper 60s in the mountains, upper 70s, around the big city. wilmington, philadelphia, trenton, coming in at 77 degrees, palmyra new jersey 80 degrees at this hour, 76, in mt. holly, new jersey, there is the change, north and west, check it out. allentown, west winds, northwest wind in reading action, that's an indication
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that the colds front approaching or maybe even possibly moving through right now. that northwest winds, that's going to be key today which will take out humidity, and there you go, dew point has dropped, 66 in reading, still big difference there, mid 60s kind of threshold for the humid conditions. so starting to feel that change, not yet in philadelphia, wilmington, still dew points in the 70s, give it few more hours. couple of showers possible specially poconos early this morning with the front. that's about it. check out the eagles forecast game time 1:00. we will be sunny, warm at 84, but the humidity continues to drop and temperatures will hold in the mid 80s throughout the game. on our way up to 85 for philadelphia, 83 at the shore, mid 70s in the poconos. then temperatures take dive. they go below average for the end of the week. talk about that in a few more minutes, rahel, back to you. >> justin, we'll check back soon, thank you. new this morning, police investigating shooting in trenton, new jersey, tell us shots were fired just after 3:00 this morning, in the 800 block of greenwood avenue. no word yet on how many people were hurt. details are still coming into our news room, we'll update
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you on the story as we get more information. fifteen years after the worse attack on american soil, america pauses to remember. this near ground zero where the twin towers of the worlds trade center once stood. loved ones of 9/11 victims are gathering here this morning. they are planning additional music and readings to mark the 15th. customs include tolling bells, and the reading of the nearly 3,000 names of those killed in new york at the pentagon and near shenksville, pennsylvania. the new york city firefighters who died during the september 11 attacks are also being remembered. cardinal timothy dolan presided over a solemn memorial service at st. patrick's cathedral for the 343 firefighters, who died on that fateful day 15 years ago. >> the roman catholic cathedral filled to to capacity with federal city and state dignitaries as well as firefighters and the families every those killed. >> some of the victims families will gather in yardley, start at 8: 30, 18 of
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the victims were from bucks county. >> tran dough was there. >> we never forget the sacrifice made that day. >> at dusk, they gathered at the garden of reflection, on the eve of a somber, and painful anniversary. >> ♪ >> by candlelight, with tears in their eyes, they remembered. >> ♪ >> eighteen from bucks county. >> jennifer reese was just 11 years old, when she lost her older brother, josh who was lost in that 9/11 attack. >> i expose it to the wormed, balls i don't want him to be tore gotten. >> every year the community
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gather in this place of peace, to make sure that never happens. >> we will never forget. we will always have the scar. but it is now a scar. it is no long area wounds. >> ♪ >> god bless america ♪ >> to close the the ceremony, they sang in unicent to honor those lost with hope in their hearts for the future. peace is among us. and even, like, little kids who weren't there, or anything, they know that there is peace among our country and there is light after the darkness. on the 15th anniversary, there will be two remembrance ceremonies here at the 9/11 memorial. one at 8: 30 a.m. and another at 7:00 p.m. >> in yardley bucks county, trang do, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". and in shenksville, 40 candle lanterns carried to the wall of name and placed below the names of each of the passengers and crew members, of flight 93. hijack presser that plane were
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apparently planning to crash the plane into the white house or the capitol. conversations from the flight's final minutes indicate the passengers had some idea whatever was happening, and stormed the cockpit. president obama will observe the anniversary with a moment of silence at the white house, then attends memorial service at the pentagon, the only site that doesn't have a visitor center or museum to help people learn about what happened on september 11, 2001. victim's family members are trying change that, plan in the works to build one, and a lot next to the pentagon memorial in arlington, virginia, so far the group has raised $6 million, out of the 25 million it needs to get the project off the ground. >> and our coverage continues on line. visit our remembering 9/11 page at well, donald trump and hillary clinton putting the campaign on holds out of respect for the september 11 anniversary, both will be at ground zero today. neither is expected to make public remarks, friday, clinton gave her take on trump supporters, and wendy gillette reports it sparked quite an
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uproar. >> hillary clinton says she regrets remarks she made about donald trump supporters at a fundraiser friday night. >> you could put half of trump's supporters into what i call the basket of deplorable. >> clinton released a statement saying quote last night i was grossly generalist i can, that's never a good idea. i regret saying half, that was wrong. she add that many of trump supporters are heart working americans. trump tweeted, wow, hillary clinton was so insult to go my supporters. millions of amazing heart working people. i think it will cost her at the polls. the republican national committee said clinton's comments showed her con dissention and disrespect. >> clinton held one private fundraiser just outside new york city saturday. about 15 people paid at least $100,000 each to attends. clinton will be here in manhattan sunday, to mark the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. trump sent somber saturday at
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the funeral of friends and supporter, phyllis in st. louis. the 92 year old died monday, she was conservative activist, lawyer, and author, who opposed communism, abortion, and the equal rights amendment over the course of her life. >> phyllis was therefore me when it was not at all fashionable. >> no other scheduled events until monday. wendy gillette, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". >> new air streets on rebel hearts part every syria killed 45 people. fell hours after us and russia announced cease-fire deal for the war torn country. syrian president has agreed stop bombing us backed rebels starting monday at sundown. the agreement would also allow much needed humanitarian aid to reach syrian towns. >> well, in just a few hours, the eagles kick off in the season opener. it is the beginning after era for new quarterback carson wentz and new coach doug pederson. cherri gregg from sister station "kyw news radio", is
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live outside the linc, where eagles fans ready for some football and cherry eagles fans apparently already out there. it is early. >> oh, yes, rahel, have been here since before 6:00 this morning, when got here. lined up outside of the gate. but as you can tell right now, i mean, parking lot d is jumping. how are you doing? >> good, how are you? >> what's your name? >> happy eagles day. >> i know. >> tom mccroy. how are you? >> this is sin i. so you know, we have another character here, than charge is her this 19 what 80? >> 1983 chevy lynndie, we just painted, and call her sends. >> i so what's going on here? i mean, you got all of the guys, you got were out here bright and early, one of the first ones to set up. >> what's the process going on under this tent?
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>> a grill, cook burgers, all day affair. >> and so the big person that i've heard everybody is talking about, of course, is carson wentz. take on him. >> love him. he's just seems so -- he want to be here, just seems so smart, athletic, i mean, i just a.m. real happy they got rid of bradford, they got a lot for him. it was a no-brainer. let the kid play. and hopefully the defense and the offensive line and the running backs and so much kearse help him out. >> yes, this is game one. and, you know, because this is 89/11, while there is a lot of fandom going on, eagles green everywhere, one of the special gasthaus will be here today, is vice president joe biden. he will be joined by about 1,201st responders, police, firefighters, emt's, to pay tribute to the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. in addition to football, and all of the fadges, that you see here today.
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>> big day for eagles fans, sad day for the nation of course, thank you. >> cbs coverage season opener starts with sunday kickoff at 11:30, sport director don bell, lesley van arsdall, pat gallen, merrill reese, will all be live at the linc. cbs starts with the nfl today at noon, kick off for the evening else browns is at 1:00 then watch the cure insurance postgame show right here on cbs-3. >> and still much more to cover this morning, on "eyewitness news", a deck collapses at an off-campus party. why police are saying it is to could have been much worse. >> and a new view of mars, so-called red planet, and the amazing images, hundreds of miles away from earth. >> and after a few days of excessive heat, a welcome change. meteorologist, justin drabick
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has the eyewitness weather forecast in just a few minutes.
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deck collapsed at off campus party near trinity college in hartford, connecticut. thirty people suffered minor injuries. police say a third floor deck after house collapsed leading to chain reaction, that took down the decker on the second and first floors. they say they're amazed the injuries were not more serious, given the weight of the document police say the building was owned but not managed by the college. amazing new images from the surface of mars. give us a never before seen look at the red planet. these pictures were sent back by that is' curiosity mars rover, and they're in color. curiosity first reached mars in 2012, and has been investigating the surface ever since. from curiosity to mystery, art museum history, woman says a catfish, catfish, fell from the sky, then just smashed her in the face. as "eyewitness news" reporter anita oh, tell us, bizarre incident has everyone including the woman now talking. >> reporter: usually you find catfish in the water. >> this one came straight from the sky. >> within few seconds, i was
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clammed in the face with something. i think it might have been head, face and neck, because i smelled so bad afterward. >> it definitely is not the morning lisa expected during her walk to a labor day boot camp class at the art museum. >> like i'm more likely to get struck by lightning than get hit by a fish falling from the sky. >> but monday morning that's what happened. >> apparently a birds had a fish in its books, or it beak, and dropped it, right on lisa's head. >> i immediately freaked out and fell to the grounds. >> reporter: she believes the fish fell from about 50 feet overhead, measured up to 18 inches, weighing about 5 pounds, little under an gallon of milk it might sound funny but whether from the fins or pure shock? >> i had a fever. it was swollen. all the way down to here. hurt all the way down into my neck. >> the encounter left a mark, a scar under the eye, and emotional one-two. >> i was upset, pretty hysterical. >> the next day a doctor gave lisa a tetanus shot,
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recommended ice and prescribed antibiotics. but lisa says the best medicine now is laughter. >> like i think that of all things to happen, like, it was traumatic at the time, it is funny, just so many worst things, so bad things to happen. >> anita oh, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". >> i'm glad she could find sense of humor in that. justin, you're the science expert? >> i don't know about that. i mean, i don't know how to explain that one. >> normally fish are in the water not the sky. hopefully he has an answer for the wetter. >> hopefully no fish falling from our skies today. maybe couple of raindrops up in the poconos this morning, but actually looking much better. cold front approaching the region, live look, big boulder at the lake, nice conditions really for the next several days. with temperatures up there in the 70s, by the end of the week, talking about overnight lows, up in the mounds tax -- mountains, coming at news few more days, start feeling the difference specially later this afternoon as far as
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humidity levels go check this out, shows the front to the west, light rain still breaking out west of the poconos, that's going to be coming through probably in the next hour, or so, that's about it. clearing out nicely from central pennsylvania, on westward. as the front passes by, we will see increasing sunshine this morning, into the afternoon. warm, humid still ahead of the front, upper 70s to around 80 degrees at this hour. on the flip side of the front feeling nice out in pittsburgh, state college, up ear's, low 60s. so, we're not going to drop the temperatures through the day today, but at least we drop the humidity. so, but we're in the going to be dealing with 90's, noticeably cooler. but humidity levels come down to not bad today. tomorrow very pleasant. same deal on tuesday. wednesday, slight increase in the humidity levels before our next cold front comes through. because thursday, which really bridges a big change, in the temperatures. at the shore today, waking up some clouds around this morning, more sunshine later this afternoon, overall nice day. little breezy, with the winds kicking up at 20 miles per hour. ocean sitting at 74 degrees. air temperature of 83.
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we're coming in heart of the tropics right now, the tropical season september 10th, the peak of the season, so that was yesterday. we had three systems we're watching. one just to the north here over the bahamas, not much of anything, same deal around cuba, little chance to develop into anything over the next few days, so really not worried about that. those storm system. but better chance 90% chance of this storm out in the central atlantic to form over the next five days. the good news should track to the north and west and north staying out over the open waters of the atlantic. no threat to lands there. that systemment back home we have the front pushing through today. gets red evident humidity, set us up for nice start to the work week, very pleasant tomorrow, high pressure in control, sunshine, comfortable temperatures right around 80 degrees, which is close to average. tuesday same deal, nice and pleasant. the forecast high today still running above average, eight a degrees, we should be around 08 this time of year. hour by hour humidity levels drop, especially in the afternoon, so big difference later today. tonight, comfortable, clear, 62 for the city, and then
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watch what happens in some of the suburbs, we could be waking up tomorrow potentially upper 50s, coldest spots in berks count my the lehigh valley so open up the windows, if you have the air-conditioning on, shut it off, save couple of bucks on that electric bill. enjoy the nice conditions. still warm each afternoon. coming off low temperatures in the 50's, 60s. so we will be in the low and mid 80s through wednesday, and then signs of fall arrive on thursday. temperatures in the mid 70s for highs, upper 70s friday, overnight lows in the 40's, and 50's. so, fall right around the corner. >> all right, justin, thank you. right now it is 7:20. let's check in with ann evans at the cbs-3 traffic center. see how traffic is moving. hi, ann. >> rahel, we do have an accident to tell you about. this one on 95 south. south of route 420. kind of see to the right of your screen, kind of have been moved actually in front after treat, so the tree is blocking it a little bit. but you can see the traffic squeezing around and not use that right lane. the right lane is still blocked. ninety-five southbound, south of 420, there is an emergency vehicle there, helping out
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somebody. so, hopefully it crash will clear soon. we will let you know, we move the traffic cam, this is to the ben franklin bridge mid-span. no delays or problems on the ben franklin. if you are shore bound today, no problems further up, 42, 55, the a.c. expressway, garden state parkway all look okay, area bridges for the whole in philadelphia looks well. moving the traffic cam one more time to the mid-county tolls, of the pa turnpike, headed to the poconos, no delays northeast extension or the pa turnpike, that's the latest from the cbs-3 traffic center. i'm ann evans, rahel, back to you. >> ann, thank you. still ahead on "eyewitness news": pennsylvania's first case of sexually transmitted zika has some doctors on high alert. what they're saying about the dangerous disease now. and the bruce springsteen fan talks about his impromptu jam with the boss. that's in our next
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i'm stephanie stahl, cbs-3, "eyewitness news". >> coming up in the next half hour of cbs-3 "eyewitness news": vice president biden hit to the link. but it is not just for the eagles-browns games. back to school, not just for the children, cbs-3 project, carol erickson explains how hopefully your dog can make life better for the whole family, justin? >> good morning, still humidity around early today. that will change this afternoon, and then feel more like fall later this week. the eyewitness weather forecast coming right up.
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today is sunday september 11, good morning, i'm rahel solomon. let's get right out to justin day brick on the skydeck. another day, some good news for eagles game? >> get better for game time. not feeling like football, temperatures surging back into the mid 80s, on average, but the humidity drops hour by hour, becomes more comfortable this afternoon for the game. it will stay dry across the region. some clouds around right now. colds front is passing through, bringing the change, but ahead of the front very warm this hour. check it out, hovering around 80 degrees, in a lot of locations, humidity levels
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still up. nice breeze here to help bring some cooling effect here. temperatures 77 degrees in pottstown. there is the winds still out of the southwest from philadelphia, on south and east. that's allowing the humidity around, but starting to seat wind change in lancaster, reading, allentown more west to northwest, indicating the cold front starting to move on in. that northwest breeze, bridges in the drier air mass, so the humidity gets out of here. couple of showers possible, very early this morning, in the poconos. other than that, some clouds. so this morning, it is still going to be muggy, uncomfortable, clouds, few peaks every sunday, temperatures generally upper 70s, this afternoon, increasing sunshine, humidity really starts to drop. still warm though. temperatures mid 80s. eagles browns-1:00. 84 degrees. it will be warm, nice breeze, northwest, ten to 15. so still comfortable. it will feel hot, if you are stuck sitting in the sunshine. on our way up to 85 degrees for philadelphia, lower 80s at the shore, mid 70s, at the poconos. pretty comfortable week ahead. if you like fall-like
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temperatures, wait few more days, talking about that coming up in the seven day in just a few minutes, rahel, back to you. >> sounds good, thanks, justin. fifteen years after 9/11, people who lost loved ones in the terror attacks will gather to remember them. attention centers around new york, lives lost in the deadliest terror attack on american soil. brooke joins thus morning, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, rahel. the ceremony here at ground zero will begin just after 8:30 a.m. in about an hour, with bagpipes, drums, then the children's choir will sing the national anthem, after that, six moments silence will mark the major moments of that morning, beginning at 8:46 the moment it crashed into the north tower, continuing until 10:28, the moment the tower collapsed, between those six moments of silence, actually continuing until about noon family and loved once of those who passed way, will recite the names every those who lost
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their lives that day. it will all start in about an hour, rahel? >> is under stands the american flags that flew at ground zero are now back in new york? >> reporter: that's right. and it is a very interesting story how this came about. because the flag that very iconic picture, that was taken, actually, on the afternoon, about 5:00 p.m. on september 11 of 3 new york city firefighters, hoisting relatively small flag above the rubble of the worlds trade center site, that flag actually disappeared later that evening, was not recovered for nearly 15 years, until a man who went just by the name of brian brought it into a firehouse in washington state of all places, forensic experts about a year confirming it really was the flag. then as you say, just thursday, it was put on display, behind me here at the 9/11 memorial museum. >> thank you very much for your report today.
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there will also be two remembrance ceremonies to honor the victims of 9/11, last night community members gathered at the garden of reflection in yardley. bucks county lost 18 people in the 9/11 attacks. jennifer reese was just 11 years old when she lost her older brother, josh, who was working at tower one. >> his memory lives on. i take that painful situation. i expose it to the world. i don't want him to be forgotten. >> and at the end of last night's ceremony the community joined in a performance. the ceremony set, one this morning, 8:30 a.m., and at seven # p.m. >> doctor steven mayor was honored, renamed the high school athletic complex in his memory during a special ceremony. he used to say, make someone's day, the quote will be place
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in the each school. he lost his life while jogging in april. switching gears, football season is finally here, and if you bleed green, can you not wait to see carson wentz run through that tunnel today for the season opener. cherri gregg from our sister station "kyw news radio" is outside the linc, ready for a good game, cherri gregg, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, rahel. yep, they're excited. carson wentz has been on the mouths of every eagles fans that i've spoken tonight right now in the heart of eagles country outside of the link, i'm with gayson, celebrating 24th year of tailgating, right? >> yes. >> yes, say your name for us? >> i'm bob. >> bob, 21 years. hanging together like you guys take this extremely seriously. tell me how seriously you take this? >> well, we have a meeting about everything in the middle of the summertime to organize everything. and we get here 4:00 a.m.
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every week, save a spot for everybody. we have one, there are eight main guys in our tailgation. one person cooks every we are. our rule is no hamburgers, hotdogs. today's menu is meatballs, roasted pork, sharp rove loan, bake seat i, garlic mashed potatoes, all of the fireball and beer you want. and -- >> oh, love it, love it, love it. we have to talk little football. we were chatting, right, about how great, like, you're feeling now about this season. >> oh, i love the trade they pulled last week. i'm all ready forecaster on wentz to come out today and see what he's got. picking up first rounds draft pick last week, genius, genius move, genius. >> in addition to football, one of the things that will be on everybody's mind of course is 9/11, today is the 15th anniversary of that horrific tragic day. so we'll have vice president joe biden here today, who will pay tribute that anniversary along with 120, first responders, including fire,
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police, ent's. so lots of football, also a day of remembrance. live at the linc, cherri gregg, "kyw news radio", for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> thank you. and still to come this morning on "eyewitness news", a big night with the boss, and how he got to share the stage with bruce springsteen. and temple makes up for last week's lost, with something the owls haven't done in almost two years. straight ahead in eyewitness sports. and, if you were going to the season, the eagles season opener, justin drabick has advice on what to wear for game day, other than green of course when "eyewitness news" continues.
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>> we are hearing from the college student who received the gift after lifetime at the bruce springsteen concert. that's matthew there playing still surrender springsteen and the e street bands at citizens bank park friday night. he's from houston he told "eyewitness news" exactly how it all happened. >> at the ends of rosalita i just stuck this sign in his face and him and stevie both red it, and bruce was just kind of like he was thinking about it, thinking about it, then he look to up my dad and he said can he play it? can he play it? and my dad said he can play t i was saying i can play it, i can play it. and so after that bruce just kind of gave me the wave.
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and i hopped on stage. and it was incredible. >> that it was. took a selfie with springsteen after they played together, and posted the pick all across social media. what else do you do? and "eyewitness news" anchor ukee washington road in the tenth annual stray berry parade. it made its way along diamond street, event included festival of 5k, and a concert. ukee, looking good, despite the heat. and justin joining us now, justin, my god, so hot yesterday, especially hot for a parade. hot again today. but some relief? >> we will push the humidity out. that's the big difference. yes, still talking mid 80s today. at least humidity dropped hour by hour into the afternoon. now yesterday, coming offer high of 95 degrees, four days in a row, with 90 degrees temperatures, the records though yesterday was 97. so we put an ends to the 90s, can't rule out another day or two of 90 degrees in the month of september. but i don't think we will be dealing with the long stretch of high heat and humidity. so some relief arriving today,
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still mug think morning, checking out the temperatures across the region from the weather watchers, everybody's pretty much mid upper 70s, even on the coast, pretty muggy right now at james' house in ocean city at 76 degrees, mostly cloudy skies. we go into delaware, seeing little bit more sunshine right now at the this house in newark, at 75 degrees, with mostly sunny conditions. and we go up little further to the north and west, up in berks county, where helen davis in mothermoten, 78, mostly cloudy skies, even though still warm, the breeze makes it feel fresh this morning. yes, we have the breeze going for thus morning. and areas in berks county right now, probably going to get in on the change and humidity already as the colds front starts to move n from west to east today see improving conditions. down at the shore, waking to up some clouds, few peaks of sunshine, so not the best start to a beach day here. live look in ocean city, at least we're dry, so some overcast skies for the next few hours, but once we hit the afternoon, the sunshine will
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come out, ocean temperature water temp still 70s, lower 80s today, pretty good beach day for the second half of our sunday. rocking out the 90 agree days. yesterday we hit our 44th of the season. so may just be most amount of 09 agree days since 2010. where we had 55 days. so not going to reach that number, but still 44, that's well above the average of 23 foresees until 90 agree days. average high for today, 80. so still above that. a month from now we will be averaging upper 60s in november. up ear's, so, certainly signs of fall coming at us pretty quickly. as cooler air mass starts to build on in. we start to feel some that far change coming in later on this week. cool front still to the north and west. i mention berks county, poconos, probably starting to feel the change little bit right now. couple of showers possible in the poconos next hour or two. other than that, just some clouds, clearing out nicely western pennsylvania. a lot of sunshine coming at us later on today. dew points this tells the
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story for the humidity. right now and this morning, very high in the low 70s. by noontime into the mid 60s, kinds of the threshold where it feels humid. then down to the 50's by mid to late afternoon. that's really dry air mass. specially for this time of year. it will feel good later this afternoon. shore forecast, increasing sunshine, 83 today. tomorrow and tuesday look great. mostly sunny skies, temperatures in the upper 70s. very comfortable conditions, great time of year, get away from the crowds and still pleasant weather for the next few weeks along the coals. front moves through early this morning, we get into that sunshine this afternoon. nice and quiet tonight. clear skies. very pleasant with cooler temperatures, and tomorrow, good start to the work week. check out these numbers. so yesterday, mid nine the's, today, low to mid 80s for high temperatures. so that's nice refreshing change. and then tonight, it is possible we could see some four's, some of the cooler supports, berks county, lehigh valley, maybe parts of interior south jersey, then tomorrow's temperatures, right near average. lower 80s, now, watch what
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happens later during the week, another drop in the jet stream allows the push of below average temperatures return for couple of days. heading into the weekends. talking about highs to the 70s. so, it get better today. lower humidity, eight a degrees for the high, tonight, clear, comfortable, 62 for the city. cooler out in the suburbs, dry stretch though, weather, we could use some rain. no big chances for any rain, maybe wednesday night we get shower or two. low and mid 80s through wednesday, mid 70s for highs on thursday. right around 80 degrees, headed into next weekend. so good forecast there as far as the temperatures go, rahel. >> thanks, justin. right now it is 7:44, let's check in with ann evans in the cbs-3 traffic center. good morning, i know were you watching the accident from i95? >> it cleared ten minutes ago. good to go. this is i959 at 420, rahel. no delays or problems here, that accident gone, the right lane available again. that's good news. we are going to move the traffic cams to the schuylkill l at south street. there go. schuylkill at spring garden, rather. no delays or problems at the
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schuylkill or spring garden street for that matter. you look to the right, that's martin luther king drive, that shutdown, through the ben franklin parkway, the falls bridge, recreational pack tiff tis. not too far from here south street itself eastbound, that's closed between third street and front street, due to the green fest philly that's going on. moving the traffic cam one more time, to the mid-county tolls, the pa turnpike, if you are headed to the poconos today, nice day to dow that. no delays on the northeast extension or the pa turnpike, the county tolls look okay, as well. and that's the latest from the cbs-3 traffic center. i'm ann evans, now, here is a look at eyewitness sports with leslie van arsdale. >> football season finally here, eagles 2016 regular season kicks off right here, on cbs-3 against the browns. the fans will finally get to see the quarterback of the future carson wentz and head coaching debut of doug pederson. now remember the browns passed on carson and traded the the pick to the e-a-g-l-e-s holes drafted him second overall, first rookies eagles
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quarterback to start the season since 19 the. do the eagles think they can be competitive for the division title with the rookie quarterback? >> i don't see why we can't go out there and win every sunday. we will go out there, and compete, you know, i don't have any, you know, i've missed couple of games. we don't have any concerns about that. this year going forward. we will put our best foot forward. >> i don't come to work every day to not win. i think that's, you know, the goal for everybody here, to win a championship. and in no way have those plans changed. >> full day of eagles coverage for you starting 11:30 with toyota sunday kickoff. sport director done bell, pat gallen, merrill reese, myself all live on the field at the linc. then the nfl today birds and browns kick off at 1:00. folds by the cure insurance postgame show. >> to college football down at the linc, temple hosting stoney brooke. owls looking to wash away last week's 15-point season opening lost to army. the owls second possession of the game, they march 61 yards on four plays, capped off byra hell, 3-yard touchdown, to
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give them seven-nothing lead. then still in the first, philip walker finds keith kirkwood for the first of his two touchdowns on the day. the owls with a 14-point lead. never look back. they beat stoney brooke 38 to nothing. owls first shut out in almost two years. >> well, next up, temple penn state, nittany lions took on long cross stale right pit. this is the 97th meeting between the schools, and the first time since 2,000. to the fourth quarter, the panthers up by four, shuttle pass positive james come or, runs through the penn state defense tore 12-yard touchdown. pit 42-31 lead. ten minute left. nittany lions responds. barkley scores, penn state cut the lead five minute left in the game. under two minute left. trace passes, intercepted in the end zone by ryan lewis, and the panthers holds off the nittany lions 42 to 39. >> out on the main line, villanova wildcats and home opener facing lehigh, no score in the first.
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hand off to white. up the middle for 3-yard touchdown. ran for 155 yards and two scores. wildcat beat 26 to 21. now to baseball, just three weeks left of the phillies, today they finish out their series against the nationals. listen to the game on 1210wpht. last night they whales add fine performance from jared icough. no score in the fourth, jose with the grounder up the middle for a base hit. robinson will test herrera's arm, he is out at the plate. phillies get out after jam. great performance. 6 inches, five hits, five strikeouts, struck out brace harper, three times, but in the eighth, harper did not miss this pitch from pat shoes err. fly ball down the right field line, stayed therefore three run homer. nats beat the phils three-nothing, adam morgan on the mound for the phils this afternoon in in the finale. >> to the pitch, union hosting montreal.
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vying foreplay off spot. barnetta left with a strike, 25 yards, on the back of the net, gives the union one-nothing lead. stays that way until the eight he will minute. his header beat andre black. to the union we have to settle for one all time. they have five regular season games left. >> central michigan at oklahoma state. no time left on the clock. one final for central michigan. go for the hail marry. cooper rushes past, finds jesse control. he makes a little lateral pass to cory, who out run the cowboys defender, so upset the 22nd ranked oklahoma state. thirty to 27. that is all for sport. i'm lesley van arsdall. have a great day, and go birds. and still to come this morning, on "eyewitness news" the cbs-3 pet project. carol erickson explains why it is a great day to home school your pet.
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>> time for the cbs-3 pet project, carol erickson, hi, who do we have here today? >> very appropriately named dog, rahel. this is tuck. you can see, he's very formally dress the at all times, in black, with a white chest, and this is a wonderful dog. he's a retriever mix. he's probably about six to eight months old. and he's an absolute love. i'm in love with this dog. we'll tell you more about him in just a s he's wonderful,
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and kind of a dog that could probably end up being somebody's emotional support dog. he is wonderful. and being 9/11 as it is and so many dogs were so instrumental in the aftermath of that. so, you know, you really have to honor our dog friends, that have helped people so much. let me show you some dogs, though, that may help you, and your family, in your lives. and this is a wonderful dog. this is cameo. she is a six month old female pit mix. she previously whiffed with dogs, she is starting to shed though because she is in so much stress from being at the shelter, through no fault of her own. she loves kids. she is just a wonderful, wonderful dog. in fact, she was an emotional support dog. so you can see, that she really needs that emotional support now. here is another dog for us. butter bean, butter bean is a five year old. i love the markings. look at the two markings on the hit, five year old pit mix, previous owner hell on hard times, surround ends, sweet dog, crate trained, house trained, she knows to
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sit and stay and come here. she has lived with a family of seniors, adults, children, dogs, cats, she is ready to go. she is playful, active, affectionate, so well behaved. she wonderful. and here is a lovely lovely cat. this is prince. six year old, gray and white domestic short haired returned to the shelter because the family could no longer care for his medical needs which includes diabetes, for this reason on special diet. he's also declawed in the front but he is a cat that's ready to go home. i want to talk about first of all let's talk about tux, tux is as you can see just wonderful dog, available for adoption at the pennsylvania spca. you will be giving for how people can get ahold of tux, he is a big dog, he is would like a yard to run around in, but wants to liver in the house with a family, little bit shy. but that's one of the reasons. >> and he loves a belly scratch. >> he'll be getting into that. and it is one of the things, you know,'s puppy, he needs training. talking about training. you know, with the search and
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rescue dogs from 9/11, highly trained. you and your dog, may never be capable of that level of training. but, most dogs, in fact, basically dogs should have training. and that's because that's their language. that's their language, if somebody finds that dog, your dog, and they say sit, they'll go hum, this is a dog that gets it. it is one of the basic commands. sit, stay, come here, also, to me, if the dog is in a stressful situation, you train them to come to me. not in a angry way, because negative reinforcement isn't going to work. yelling and screaming and hitting doesn't work. if you yell at your kids and hit them when they get there, they're never going to come back. >> so maybe some positive reinforcement. >> like this, when the cameras were moving around this morning sitting here, like i said there is little popsie a little bit shy. i started giving little treat. all the sudden, hey cameras, start moving, i like there is this is is good for me. that's what i want to do. we have wonderful resource, and it is laura garber, ahead
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of the spca, written wonderful things on line, linking them to our page, you can also find them, and probably be available about 9:00 this morning, you can also find them, under behavior on the pennsylvania spca site. things where you may be negatively reinforcing your pets, you don't even know it, but reinforcing bad behavior. don't even know you are doing it, think you are doing something right. also, some of the things that i like is the command drop it. your dog has something of yours that you want back. if you get into a wrestling match, you're going to lose. give them a treat. a high value treat. that's going to work absolutely beautifully. >> i find them so smart, so they're being trained even when you don't realize you're training them. >> rahel, you hit the nailon the head. exactly what it is, that's why whatever you're doing you're also training them, it could be bad. let me make sure i'm going through my notes here, so much more. never when you're training a dog put them on their back. that, you know there is want a belly rub that's one thing, putting them on their back that's going to create a ton
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of problems. head to the website spca. com website, that's helpful, as well. >> if you want to adopt a pup or any other adorable pet, head to the erie avenue headquarters from noon to six on the weekends, noon to 8:00 during the week. >> so important to have your pets and you trained on how to do it in a way that everybody's going to enjoy it. >> absolutely, carol, good seeing you. hopefully we found tux a new home. so cute this morning. >> love this dog. and moving back next week with more information on what you should know with your pet. >> always looking forward to it, carol. thank you. that's it for "eyewitness news" at 7:00. here's what we have coming up for you at eight. miss america pageant is tonight in center city. hit the gym to show you how one contestant is getting ready to compete for the coveted crown. >> what was it like to live in a roman cast snell. >> meisha takes to you this castle on today's dream drive.
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